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Advanced Certificate in Business Administration welcomes incoming Broadridge class

Broadridge
Thursday, October 25, 2018

Broadridge Financial Solutions has become the first company to offer The Peter J. Tobin College of Business’s new 18-credit Advanced Certificate in Business Administration program to its employees.  

An employee cohort of Broadridge, which provides advanced communications, technology, data and analytics solutions for the financial services industry and businesses, began classes at St. John’s University’s Long Island Graduate Center in Hauppauge this semester. The students are at various stages of their respective careers.

The Certificate combines classroom and experiential learning to develop employees’ knowledge, skills, and competencies. The 18 credits earned for the Certificate, which can be completed in two years, count toward completion of the Master of Business Administration degree master’s degree requirements.

Developed with corporations in mind, courses are offered in the evenings and on weekends. The curriculum is flexible and can be structured to fit the needs of the individual students or – as in the case of Broadridge, working with the Tobin Center for Executive Education – the requirements of the sponsoring company.

“Corporations today seek to train their employees to meet the changing demands of the market, while simultaneously offering a benefit that allows employees to advance their careers,” said Herbert M. Chain, M.B.A., M.S., C.P.A., Executive Director of the Tobin Center for Executive Education. “The Advanced Certificate achieves both of those mutually beneficial goals, and we are pleased to be working with Broadridge and its employees as out first corporate partner.”

Admissions considerations for the Advanced Certificate in Business Administration are based on work experience, veteran status and academic background (including GRE or GMAT waiver consideration). Tuition discounts may be available for employees and the course delivery can be structured to be on site, depending on the size of the cohort.  

About Broadridge

Broadridge began as the brokerage services division of ADP in 1962. Since becoming independent in 2007, we have grown into a global Fintech company with over $4 billion in revenues and are recognized as an invaluable partner for the world’s leading companies and financial institutions. We help drive business transformation for our clients with solutions for enriching client engagement, navigating risk, optimizing efficiency and generating revenue growth. We handle millions of trades a day involving trillions of dollars, support communications that reach 75 percent of North American households and manage shareholder voting in 90 countries.

About the Center for Executive Education

The Center for Executive Education (www.stjohns.edu/tobinexeced)), a division of The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University, has served the educational needs of more than 10,000 professionals primarily, but not limited to, the insurance, risk management and financial services sectors for more than three decades. Combining the academic achievements of the Tobin faculty with its roster of experienced practitioners, the Center brings a deep and diverse set of experiences to add value to its clients.